The Journey Home by Kelly Elliott
Post originally published on August 3, 2015
Fate has a way of stepping in and righting itself when we least expect it. Maddison Powers has been regretting the biggest mistake of her life when she walked away from the only man who has ever sparked something deep inside her. After comparing every guy she dates to Cale Blackwood, she finally gives up all hope of ever finding him. One dare by Maddison throws Cale back into her life…and into the arms of her best friend. Cale Blackwood thought he had found the woman of his dreams, until she walked away from him one night and didn’t look back. Attempting to find love again, Cale finds himself in a relationship built on one lie after another. Forced to take on the biggest challenge of his life, Cale must seek help from the woman who walked away from him and broke his heart.
“Cale, you need to go home.” He closed his eyes and shook his head. “You’re doing it again. You’re pushing me away. I’m tired of it, Maddie. I’m so tired of it.” I swallowed hard and turned to find my phone. I needed Jack to come pick up Cale. I was about to dial my phone when Cale grabbed me. He turned me around and backed me up until I hit the living room wall. His eyes were filled with lust. That look had my panties soaked in seconds. He lifted up my dress and, in one quick movement, he ripped my panties from my body. I wanted to cry out yes. I wanted to let him take me, but I couldn’t. “Cale,” I said. “Don’t do this.” He kissed my neck and I started to give in. When his hand touched my inner thigh, I startled. His lips moved to mine and I moaned, desperately, into his mouth as he lifted my leg. “Oh God,” I whispered. I tried to come to my senses. “Cale, please don’t do this. We can’t do this.” He moved his lips to my jaw line as he kissed around to my ear. “Are you turned on by me? Or by him?” The moment he asked, I felt like a whore. I dropped my leg and pushed him back. I wiped the tears from my eyes. “Jesus. I didn’t mean that Maddie. I just—” “Get out,” I said. “Get out of my house and don’t you dare set foot near me again. I hate you, Cale.”
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